Aims and Scope - Journal of Research on Archaeometry

Aims and Scope

Aims and Scope
Journal of Research on Archaeometry (JRA) publishes original research and review articles related to the analytical investigations of archaeological findings, cultural materials, and conservation science. JRA emphasizes mainly on the development of knowledge of archaeometry in Iran and the Middle East on different aspects. The audience of this journal is mainly scholars and students from different disciplines working on or studying on cultural materials.
The aim of this journal is to provide a medium of scientific communication for investigators in the field of archaeological science. 
JRA accepted the highest scientific standards papers by the following types:
  • Research/ Original/ Regular Article
  • Review Article
  • Short Paper
  • Case-study
  • Viewpoint/ Perspective/ Opinion
  • Technical Paper
  • Book Review
The editors will welcome original pure and applied research articles in the following fields (not restricted to):
  1. Analytical and Experimental Dating of Historical Cultural Artifacts
  2. Provenance of Historical Cultural Artifacts
  3. Characterization of Historical–Cultural Materials and Artifacts
  4. Study and Reconstruction of Ancient Technologies
  5. Conservation & Restoration of Historical Cultural Artifacts
  6. Authenticity Investigations of Historical Cultural Artifacts
  7. Quantitative-Statistical analysis in the Studies of  Historical Cultural Artifacts
  8. Geoarchaeology Researches
  9. Prospection & Remote Sensing Methods in archaeometry
  10. Bioarchaeology



All submitted manuscripts must pass stringent peer-review process and only papers that are rated as high scientific quality are accepted. As a strict role, submitted manuscripts are expected to have a clear archaeological or art historical context, be of the highest scientific standards, and to present data of international relevance.

Keywords: Environment | Conservation | Geophysics | technology | Mathematics | Provenance | Keywords Archaeometry | U-series | Dating | Radiocarbon | Isotopic analysis | Archaeology | Diet | Chemical analysis | Luminescence |

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